Southern Thailand offers more than the touristy West coast: communist tunnels, a million bottle temple and more

Visitors to the south of Thailand tend to stay in the west coast, where the limestone outcrops and pristine sands can be found. The province of Phuket and Krabi are often the most popular, although in recent years Trang (with it’s stretch of beaches) and Satun (with access to more islands) provinces have increased in […]

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